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7 July 2021
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2 September 2019
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27 July 2018
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11 November 2016

Prestigious Cambridge scholarships for engineering and law alumni

Two Griffith University alumni have been awarded prestigious scholarships at the University of Cambridge. Raymond Siems has been awarded theCambridge...

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5 August 2015
Planning graduate Ethan Bowering, posing in front of a pillar, has won a scholarship to the University of Cambridge in England

Cambridge scholarship goes to plan for Ethan

Griffith planning graduate Ethan Bowering has been awarded the Cambridge Australia A P Platt Scholarship and will soon join England's feted University of Cambridge to complete a Master of Public Policy

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10 October 2012

Two New Books with Cambridge University Press

This week Hun Joon Kim received a contract with Cambridge University Press for his co-edited volume Transitional Justice in the...

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25 February 2011

Adrian joins Cambridge as an academic fellow

Professor Adrian Wilkinson has been appointed as an academic fellow in a research centre at the University of Cambridge. He...

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22 April 2024

First evidence of ancient human occupation found in giant lava tube cave in Saudi Arabia

Recent archaeology uncovers 10,000-year-old relics, including Neolithic to Bronze Age remains and art.

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10 July 2023
Professor Michael Petraglia with skull

Unearthing humanity’s origin story

Professor Michael Petraglia has always been drawn to the distant past. Growing up, he pored over copies of National Geographic and books about Ancient Egypt that his family – particularly his older sister – would gift him every Christmas. So it seems only natural that he would pursue a career in archaeology that’s taken him around the world, from teaching at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge in the UK to directing field projects in Africa and Asia that have reframed our understanding of ancient human migration. Professor Petraglia, now the Director of Griffith University’s Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE), and he talked to Griffith Review Editor Carody Culver about the origin story of our species – which, like humanity itself, is constantly evolving. This is an excerpt.

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14 March 2023
Fast food

C.S.I. My Plate!

Poor diet has been shown to be one of the largest risks to health. But when it comes to changing eating patterns – are we too focussed on an individual M.O. (method of operation) and not enough on the M.M.O. (means, motive and opportunity) to eat well? asks Dr Julia Cairns.

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